New Delhi: Jacqueline Fernandez is making her international debut soon. She will be playing a cop, says a Pinkvilla exclusive report. It adds that her first Hollywood project will be an anthology. Fernandez’s bit, ‘Sharing A Ride’, has been directed by Leena Yadav, known for her 2015 landmark movie, Parched. A transgender model, Anjali Lama, will be accompanying the actress in this. The anthology will consist of six stories directed by six female directs from across the globe and features an all-female star cast.
Reportedly, Jacqueline who had wrapped the project in October last year plays the characters of a cop in the film. Key portions of the film were shot in Mumbai including some sequences at CST police station. Reports also state that the film was shot much before Jacqueline started shooting for Bhoot Police.
To recall, it was announced in January this year that the anthology would consist of six stories and will have a cast of only female actors. It will be titled a straightforward Women’s Stories, and all the parts will be directed by six women directors across the globe. Yadav is the chosen one from India it seems, and details about the others are scarce.
Jacqueline Fernandez’s journey has been quite a fascinating one. The Sri Lankan beauty started her career from Aladdin with Riteish Deshmukh and Amitabh Bachchan and has since gone on to make a solid mark in the industry. Her next project is a horror comedy with Saif Ali Khan and Arjun Kapoor, titled Bhoot Police. She was last seen in the item number Dil De Diya in Radhe: Your Most Wanted Bhai. She also has Cirkus, opposite Ranveer Singh and Ram Setu with Akshay Kumar and Nushrratt Bharuccha in her pipeline. Jacqueline has finished shooting for Attack, alongside John Abraham, and Bachchan Pandey opposite Akshay Kumar.